This vibrant work is inspired and influenced by Australian Artist John Olson - Artist Wyn Vogel has taken the colours and shapes of New Caledonia and let them flow across her canvas - symbolic the palms are yellow a hint at the story of global warming that this Series of Work ........comments on!
The funding from the sale of this Artwork will go directly to the Carteret Island People to assist them with their relocation from their homeland Atolls to higher ground! (less cost of transport).
Clay, Pastel and Gold LeafFramed ready to hang
Actual framed size | 105 x 86 cm
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Kym Barrett‘Ideally, a human life should be a constant pilgrimage of discovery. The most exciting discoveries happen at the frontiers’.
John O’Donohue, Irish poet
In 2016, I made a pilgrimage of discovery to the wild and sacred edges of Ireland and Scotland, responding to a call whispered to me for years.
The Celtic connection with the landscape resonated with me strongly. The rhythms and topography of the physical terrain are metaphors for the interior landscape.
The paintings that subsequently emerged revealed a particular connection to wilderness areas and muted autumn tones, the stillness of waterways and the mystery and memory of these ancient places.
My waxed paper vessels are metaphors for the vulnerability of the human condition in the face of encounter with unknown experiences.